Dutch felt artist, Paula Leen filled her home in the Netherlands with an assortment of objects and textures, including sheep’s wool, an antique French farmhouse table, salvaged chairs, a Glo-Ball light by Jasper Morrison for Flos, and an Axel leather sofa by Gijs Papavoine for Montis.
Photo by: Hotze Eisma
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"We got these Bertoia chairs for practically nothing from an auction held at a barn in the Catskills," says Sophie Demenge, cofounder of infant brand Oeuf. "We were the only ones bidding on them." See more of her kid-friendly home in Brooklyn.
Warren Platner designed his own house in Guilford, Connecticut, in 1970, as a set of pavilions centered on a great room. At the center of the great room was a fur-covered sofa surrounded by more furniture, in tones of taupe and tan, of Platner’s own design.